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P0BLI8HKD EVERT WEDNESDAY BT
T. "W. Bowen,
COITOa AMD PROfBICTOR.
J. BOWERS,
RESIDENT DENTIST,
MoARTHUR, OHIO.
No Business Lone on Saturdays.
What dul you get for a Christ
mas present I
One more Christmas, with its
great joys and awful sorrows,
passed off very quietly.
Many of the young men are
now engaged in sleighing their
dears.
Money is almost as scarce as
water, and that can't be had in
this town.
How gloriously happy the
people would be if a good rain
would fall.
At 12 o'clock last night the
sands of 1872 had all disap
peared from the hour glass of
time.
Last Friday night was an ex
tremely cold night. At sunrise
on Saturday morning the ther
mometer stood at 22 degrees be
low zero. ,) !
The election held in Gallipo
lis, on Monday, Dec. 16, on the
question of granting $60,000 aid
to the Ohio (Valley Railroad,
was carried by 29 votes over the
necessary two-Jhirds.
If you are a ;lawyer, justice of
tne peace, constable, or anybody
in need of blanks or blank
books of any description, come
to this office. We can supply
you.
If you want a lively and read
able newspaper, send for Pome
roy s Democrat for 1873. No
nerson should atfAmnt. in Hva
through the year without it,
Every farmer, merchant, me
chanic, miner, housekeeper, trav
eler, yes, everybody everywhere,
should read the most useful and
instructive paper printed in
.America. Only $2.50 per year.
Choice presents worth $5 each,
sent to each subscriber. Address
M. M. 1 omeroy, Tost-office Box
6217, New York City.
If C. W. Barnett didn't have
a substantial hack, good horses,
and was not a man of good judg
ment,' he could not have con
veyed so many passengers to
and from the railway depot dur
ing the i.ist two weeks without
an accident. Last Monday week,
one of the. worst of these bad
days, we were among the eleven
passengers that Charley safely
conveyed to the depot three
miles distant over the ice and
enow. No one experienced a very
"warm snap on the way to the
depot that day.
Slippery Accidents.
As most of our readers are
aware, on Wednesday of last
week, few pedestrians ventured
to stand upright. It was no use.
The streets and pavements were
covered with ice which bad
formed during the night, and
which at this writing still oon
tinues to interfere with rapid or
safe locomotion. The following
are a few of the serious results
of the present weather situation
during the past week :
Mr. Johns, the tailor, a dislo
cated arm.
Mrs. Geary, a broken arm.
Mr. J. It. Cable, a broken arm.
Mrs. Wait, a broken arm.
Mr. and Mrs. Everybody, hard
falls, inflicting bruises and sprain
ing joints. The number who have
not had their feet fly involuntar
ily from under them and been
precipitated upon the glassy sur
face of streets and pavements
are fit subjects for self-congratulation
and should feel more than
deeply for the misfortunes of
their more fortunate fellows.
Athens Messenger.
It seems that accidents of the
kind mentioned above occurred
almost all over this region of
country. In this place a man by
the name of Writzel, (his ini
tials could not be ascertained,)
living just north of town, fell
and broke an arm on Monday of
last week. In fact, it seems a
little singular that so few people
suffered injuries from falls, when
we consider the slippery condi
tion of the pavements, streets
and roads, during the early part
of last week.
The New Year.
Nothing la more uroc'oiis than tim ami
those who nilxspeud it are tlio greatest ef all
prodigal. TKeophratu.
As again the New Year comes
round a crowd of old associations
gather to the memory, associa
ting the Present with the shad
ows of the Past. It is a strange,
strange mystery but no less a
mystery than a truth that one
of the chief sweets of memory is
drawn, from the melancholy
which follows in its train. In
lonely moments of meditation,
does not the union of tender
memories, cheerful and regret
ful, bring forth an offspring of
tears, children of thought, sooth
ing and sorrowful in their in
fluence upon the human mind ?
And what is the meaning of such
tears ? Answer springs to the
lips in the marvelously musical
language of Tennyson :
" Tears, idle team, I know not what tliev moan I
Tears from the depth of some ilivinu despair
Rise in the heart, and gather to the eyes,
In look In iron the happv Autumn fields, ' r
And thinking of the days that aro no more."
But as there are the pleasures
of Memory, so also there are
the pleasures of Hope; and
whilst we look back upon what
we have achieved or failed to
achieve in the past, we may
look forward to achieving again,
or for the first time, in the fu
ture. As the year just passed
away is consigned to the archives
of the past, so a new year takes
its place, and wooes us to achiev-
ments, the ever-willing prize of
industry and integrity. The
years are the Kings of Time
and, as with the kings of men,
the king never dies. "The king
is dead !" "Long live the king 1"
is pronounced in one and the
same breath but the new king
of men is known by a different
title, as the new king of Time is
known by a different date.
And whilst with regret we
lookback on the past on neg
lected opportunities for doing
and getting good we may look
with bright hope to the future,
which presents a path upon
which we may march, led by the
proper lights, to pleasant victo
ries and pure pleasures. Let us
then start fair upon the new
race for honest fame and fortune ;
and on the eve of such race let
us by the cheerful fireside,
over the festive board, surround
ed by venerable representatives
of the Past, hearty representa
tives of the Present, and rosy
representatives of the Future
wish each other, with all sincer
ity, " A IlAPPf New Year 1"
Wood's Housrhoi.I) Mazine Uemodklkd.
S. 8. Wood (the fouuek'r hii4 editor of this
popular monthly, now in its 12th volume), mutes
the following announcement of his policy for
the new year:
At the commencement of our magaziuo we
had no idea of confining ourselves to the use of
original matter; but we finally yielded to the
advice of literary friends, used no selections,
aud announced a series of eighteen 100 dollar
prize stories which wore continued regularly
for as many months. In addition to paying the
highest prices lor other contributions, we called
to our editorial aid some of the best literary
talent In the country. And yet we have not
been able to get tho '.'original" material neces
sary to make the work satisfactory. Hence we
have remodeled the magazine In accordance
with our original plan, and slinll henceforth
avail oursolf of selections from foreign books
and periodicals, and present the cream of the
best thought concerning the subjects treated.
The January number Just received, contains
the following articles: OneC'auao of Trouble,
by Gail Hamilton ; Catherine's Chrlstinasscs, by
Harriot Proscott Spofford; Co-oporative Stores,
by Sidney Hyde; Good Cheer, by K. 1. Bice;
General William Wirt Colby, by Rebecca Hard
ing Davis; Reading Aloud; Bong of the Sordid
Sweetheart; The Rooster-Pecked Wife; The
Law of Courtship; The Hqup of Mourning;
Agostina, the Maid of Saragossa; Story of tiie
Sand Man ; Peace on Earth; Poep: a Fragmeut
for the Young; Forfeits; The Spider and the
Flea; Editorials, including Remodeling, IIoll
iday Greetings, , Literary Review, Fashions,
Housekeeper, Sense and Nonsense, and Love
Thoughts of eminent persons.
Price One Dollar a year. Send for speclmon
copy which will bo mailed free.
The New Year. Address S. S. WOOD & CO., Newburgh, N. Y.
Holloway's Pills.
AbsoTuto control over the disordered stomach
sod bowels Is exorcised by these unapproach
able vegetable curatives. Their genial effect
upon the system is akin to the miraculous.
Sold 78 Maiden Lane, N. Y. Price ts cento per
box. Ask for new style; the old Is counter
feited. Thi Publishers of the Amtrioan Stock Jouf
fmJwaut Agents in every part of the. United
States, to canvass for subscribers. They offer
splendid Inducements to- all who sre willing to
aid in extending the circulation of this valuable
Agricultural Journal, also a flva dollar picture
to every subscriber. For particulars address N,
P. Bonn ft Co., Publishers, Parkersburgi
Chester cotintv, Pa.
Cbaftid Hinds, faco, rough jk in, pimples,
ringworm, salt-rheum, and othor cutaneous
affections cured, and the skin made soft and
smooth, by using tho Juniper Tar Soap, mode
by Caswell, Hazard & Co., Mow York. Do cor
tain to get the Juniper Tar Soap, as there are
many worthless Imitations made with common
tar. Tec4-13w
THI runlBT AMD SWSKTIST COD LlVEB OIL
isflozard & Caswoll's, made on the seashore,
from fresh, selected livers, by Caswell, Hit
ARD tc Co., Now York. It Is absolutely pure
and sweet Pstlents who have once taken
prefer It to all others. Physicians have decided
It superior to any of the other oils In the mar
ket. Dec4-18w
BALLOUS'S MAGAZINE FOR JANUARY.
spite of the big Boston Are, when the Di luting
establishment of Thiiuo& r.ribut was tlmtioy.
wi, uaiinir Magazine has mmlu its appearance,
looking as fresli and nice as though It hail never
met with trouble aud dis.t-iler. Ir. is u little
later than usual, but betu-r IntJ thau never, we
say, where such a iinlveival favorite is enn.
cernoif, for wo always liked tho sprightly mag-
ami we nnu it is generally esteemed lu
families for Its entertaining reading matter,
giving more for 13 couts than othor mniriizlnne
do for 80. We congratulate the publishers for
their plunk and energy in placing thoirpubli
cation borore the publlo so soon after tho big
Are, and we hope the people will respond by
subscribing for it all over the Uulon. That Is
the way to show sympathy for those who huvo
Iweu iiiifoitiiii.Uu. Knelt jiujo.! wIid H.'iul fl.fO
receives liallon's for a year ipnl a bountiful
chromoof moss roses or 1 lilies us a gratuity.
This Is handsome and should hu Iho means of
inducing thousands to send in tholr mimes
Among tho contents of Uallou's Mairnzlno fur
January Is a nice sea story, a number ofpiuces
of good poetry, half a dozen Interesting stories,
some adventures and othor mutters of interest.
Only 11.S0 per year, and 15 cents singlo copies.
Adrtross Thomos A Talbot, 80 Brom fluid Street,
Itoston)
Next Tuesday evening, the
7th instant, there will be a dona
tion made to Father Bhine by
the sisters and brethren of the
Christian Church. As they have
no desire to be selfish, or exclu
sive, let us say that hero is a
splendid opportunity for all the
friends of Father Biune to show
their estimates of his- high moral
worth in a substantial manner.
We hope the donation will be, in
every way successful. .
Beautiful Goods for the
Holidays.
Tho Drug and Book Store of O.
T. Gunning is now filled to over
flowing with tho nicest assortment
of Goods for tho Holidays, of the
description usually kept in a Drug
and Book Storo. Tho stock of
Books, Toy Books, Fine Engravings,
Paintings, Colored Photographs,
and thousands of nice things for
Holiday presonts. Go and soo his
fine lot of- Ilolidtiy Goods I
The Best Place.
Tho choicest lot of Groceries,
Queensware, Glassware, Notions,
&c, can be had at Davis Duncan's
Storo, in Zaleski, tit all . times.-
Corn, outs, potatoes and produce
of every description taken, in ex
change for goods, nt his storo.
In connection with his store he
lias tV Saddle and Harness shop, and
will repair anything in that line on
short notice and at low figures.
Go nnd see him. tf
This Almanac publishers complain that their
business is destroyed by Ayer's American Al
niauac. The people (prefer it to any other, the
Farmers, Wostorn, Southern or tho numerous
local almanacs when they can got Ayer's. It
supplies .the best astronomical data, weather
andjokos of them all, and abovo nil, medical
advice which Is invaluable for every family.
It is supplied grntrs by tho druggists, and
should he preserved for constant rcfercneo and
use. We are sure that no good housekeeper or
grandmother goes willingly without one. Antt
Slater) Standard, S. Y,
LOOK lilKE, EVERY
BODY!
Call at Gunning's Diiuo Stoke, iu Will's
Building, and seo those Fine OH Paintings,
Chroinos, Photographs, Plain and Colored Llth
ogrnphs, which are for salo very cheap. They
ure so beautiful!
It
DEN T I S TR Y.
'.4'- ri-;--?! v
HA VINO been engaged In the study and
practice of Dentistry for flltfcn years ami
nlocitl prnetioner in lucksnn fornix years, und
nav lug avaueii mysen oi an me
Modem Improvements in Dental
science,
I would respectfully sa,y to the citizens ol
MnArt.lmr ami vlcliutv that I uin fill I v lironnr-
ed to mini ipninte all tho various brauchex of the
science. Prices as low hs the lowest. Work as
good as thr bent. Persons coining from
a distance wish. na; to rwnniii until their work
is done will be entertained at my private real
donee froe.
ETHER SPRAY and ELECTRICITY
Used iu extracting teeth, rimderlnit tholr ex
tractioneomparatively painlusK. A female at
tendent always on hand to wait upon ladles.
Ulvo me scull.
B.T.BOOQESS, Dentist.
Mxv 111. I8T1-W .iHcltson.O,
KEEP TIIEBEOODFUItE
And the health of the) system
will follow. There Is a prepara
tion of Iron and l'olte Itoot
more) effectual than all others,
which will remove from your
system the Impure and vitiated
blood which causes disease, and
at thesame time .build up your
health and strength It never
faila to car. If yon liavs
ttrofala,Birolaloas) Itiseas-
of tho Eyes or Kars. or
Kcrofnla In any form, 'it-
ver. nnue sweiuiut via
More. Ulcers, or Nerofrilous
Inflainmatlons,you can roly
u can roiy
this prepa-
on being oured
ration known
with this nrena-
nowo as nr. Crook's
Compound Syrnp of loke
Boot. Rheumatism, l'nlns
In Limbs or Bonea,Contltu
ttona broken down by Mercu
rial or other poisons, are all
cured ny it, r or cty pniitsu or
Jypblllue taint, tlierelsnoth
lni equal to IU A trial wUl
prove it.
Beautify your Complexion.
permanent oeauty dv puniying your dicmmi
This preparation of Iron and Pok Howl
makes arough and scaly akin soft aud smooth
chances that sallow complexion to one ol
freshness and health, and remove Any In
tlTeUlneaseaof theMkln, iniples, fun.
sniesu uioienes) sru puons. i r you whii
rosy oneeas ana a neauny complexion use v
Crook's Compound Byrup of Poke ltooU
FURNITURE.
Lemon
t&s Woise
The old and well known firm of T.oinon
Welso, of PITTSBURGH, PA., Manufacturers
Ul. .
OaDmet Furniture and Chairs,
ItAVI RKMOVRD TO
NO. Ill FOURTH AVENUE
Opposite their Old Stand,
Where they continue the business in nil
uranenes. novCT-vin
Andrew Salts, minor.
Probate Court, Vinton Co., O.
VTOTICK Is horehv srlven that Heoriro Salts.
IN Kiiardianf Andrew Salts, a Minor, has tllod
norein nis account witn siihi warn for partial
settlement; and that the same Is set for hearlnt;
on the Sflth day of January, A. D. 1R73, at
O'CIOCK, A. M. XI, It. M A X U,
December S3, 18T 4 b Probate Judge,
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THE "LIGHT RUNNING"
"DOMESTIC"
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"BEST
TO USE''
"Easiest .
TO SELL"
S. M. Axonts,
It dou't pay
you to fluht
tho beat Mi.
chine. Prove
our claims.
Oct the airen
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"DO-.Si:i5U0" S, M. CO., 00 CUsibers St.,
ii wilH OR
CI1TCIITN-ATI,
IAMDEN FOUNDRY
llie Hamden Foundry Company
IlaVilll mircluLROfl M uill-kn..u-i, Vai.iul-..
at Huiadcn, Vinton Count, Ohio, uud supplied
it witli all tho
Latest Styles of Patterns and Ma-
cninory,
At groat expenu. nrpuuw manufacturing every
UK.suriptiou of
Hollow Wn.ro, Plain Heavy Caetlng
ioi- lurnaoes, bunlting. Stoves,
Grates, Fiout. Caiie Milla,
Wagon Boxes, Plows. ,
AND -OASTMIS OF EmtHwiilteTIO.'J
Tho ultuntion of tho public Is called to the
rent variety of.
00K& PARLOR STOVES!
Which they aro enabled to sell cheaper than
elsewhere, lliogrettt advantage of purchasing
Stoves at this 1- oiindry is. you don't have to pay
exorbitant prices for odd plates for repairs as
.iu.i JM, inirciiiisu eiscwnero. A good
Kept on hand. This Foundry being a
HOM33 IN8TITUTIOIV,
Anil the proprietors practical workmen, who
i.i.uiiu BLiicbi vu uusiuuss, wo can
Manufacture Our Own Goods,
And sell them direct tn Iho nnnnln nf ti.n ,..i,,.i
sale prices at which tho samo goods aro offered
by Vinton County dealers. If you want a good
artlclo at a low price, give us a cull.
Highest price puld old Brass, Copper, and
Scrap Iron. .hi
rersons desiring Castings for Pntent Righto
will please send us their orders.
REPAIRING of all kinds neatly done.
IIAMDEN FOUNDRY COMPANY,
Soptonioor 25, 1872 Reed's Mills 1'. O.
Beware of Counterfeits I
JOB IW08ES' mMigti&&m
art tlttmiielv OOCHTSbfiiibd. DUhonut Druf
tUti endeavor f tell theumnurfelc lomaktrrtaur
prajtt. The genuine have the name of Job ftlose
on each package. Allothere art worthlm imitations.
Ths osKuiNs Pills sre unfailing In the ours of all
those pniniiil and danrorous dtseiuos to which tbs
female constitution Is subject. Thoy tnnderats all
excesses and nmovo all oostructiooi, from what
ever can e.
TO MARRIED LADIES
thsvare particularly suitod. Thoy will In a short
tlm bring; on the month; period with roiralarltj;
and although vory poworful, contain nothlnir hurt
ful to the constitution. In all cases of Nervous snit
each package givo full directions and advice, or
will be sent free to all writing for them, sealed
from observation.
N. B. In all casos whore ths osmnss cannot be
ohulnnrt. One Dollar enclosed to the Sole Pronrle
tir, JOB MOSK8, 18 Oortlandt 8t New Yorkwlll
linro a bottle of ths genuine, containing Fifty
Pills, by return mail, ttcurtly eealei from say
knowledge of Its content!.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
n BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
fmroOonous, Coins, Asthma. BapuaiTis, Boss
TitnoAT, HninssxKSS, VirricuLT mutiiii;, m
oiriKNT Gohsunptiok ARB IDso Disiasss. They
have no taite of medicine, and any child will take
thorn. Tllonnands have boon restored to health that
had bofore despaired. Tontimony aiven In hnndrMls
of caws. Ask for BRYAN'S tULMOMO WAFERS.
Price 35 cen ' s per box. JUB MOSKS, Froprle
tor. IB Cortlomlt Street. New York.
THE ORE AT FRENCH REMEDY.
DELAIWARRE'S HPKCTFTO PILLS.
I'ropuod by J. GAUANCIURil
No. fill Rno Iiombard, Paris.
These pills are hip-lily reoommendod by the entire
Medical Faculty of Franco m the very beat remedy
in all cac or Spormatorrhoja, or Seminal Weak
ness: Niprhtly, Dally or Pntmnfure Emissions; Sex
ual Weakness or Impenncy; Weakneis artaingfrom
Secret Habits and Hoxnul Kxccskos ; Relaxation of the
tienltnl Orirans i Weak Spine : Dopoaits in the Urine,
and all the ghostly train of Diseases arising from
Overuse or Exceses. They cure whenallotherrem
odies full. J'amnhlot of Advice In eaoh box, or will
be sent Pccetoany addrene. Price SI per II ox.
SentbyDiail,treMre!vrtfirmaJloeMrallon, on
recornt of nre. OS0A K O. MOSES, 18 Oortlandt
St., New Yonx, Sole Oeneral Asont for America,
THE NEW DISCOVERY
In Chemical and Medical Solonce.
Dr. E. F. GARVIN'S
solution & Compound elixir
09 i ,
sssCsJU sxXssTXsf
rniST AND ONLY BOMmONeyer mods
loons mixture of ALL, THE TWELVES
Tsluable active principal, of ths well known
ourativs agent, ...... .
PINE TREE TAB,
TINEQUALKD In Cough", Colds, Cstsrrh,
Asthma, Drancbitis, aud consnmptioo.
CUIUES AVIXIIOtJT JPAXXjt
A recent cold In throo to six bonrs; and slin,
by iu VITALISING, I'UKIFYINO and STI
MULATING effect upon ths general system,
Is remarkably elunacious In all
DISEASES OF THIj BLOOD.
Including Sorotula and Eruptions of ths skin,
Dyspepsia, Diseases of tha Liver and Kidneys,
Hoaxt lUaeaae, and Ooneral Debility.
ONE TRIAL CONVINCES! .
AtSO, A
Volatile Solution of Tar
For INHALATION, without application of
HEAT. A remarkably VALUABLE discovery,
as the whole apparatus can be carried in lbs veal
pocket, rsadv at any tirno for tho moat suootual
and positively eurative uso ia
All Diseases olthn NOSE, TIinoAT
and LUNUS.
TUB COMPOUND
Tar and Mandrake Pill.
for us In connection with the ELIXIR, TAR,
la a combination of ths TWO most valuable
ALTERATIVE Medicines known in tbs Pro.
feaalon, and renders this Pill without exception
ths very bt ever offered.
Ths bOLUTION and COMPOUND ELIXIB of
afaa mJeSm ElM
Is withOHt doubt ths Dost remedy known ia
sases of
CHOLERA AND YELLOW FEVER.
It is a Specific for such diseases, and should be
kept in the household of every family, especially
during those months in which .
CHOLERA UNO YELLOW FEVER
sre liable to prevail. A smell quantity taken
daily will prevent contracting these terrible
diseases.
Solution snd Compound Elixir, $1.00 psr Dottls
Volatilo Solution for Inhalation, $t.00per Sox
Tar and Mandrake Pills, tuots per box.
Send for Circular of I'OMTIVE Cl'RES
to your Drutjiit, or to , .
L. F. HYDE & CO.,
BOIild PHOPB.IB1TOE3,
110 E. 32d St., Xtw York.
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In order to Reduce our Stock
have Concluded to Offer as
Seecia Attracins
ALL OUR
Ii ;-;
-flLt G-reatly 3FLe3.noo3. Prices 2
NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE .
USEFUL AND ELEGANT PRESENTS!
For your Friends, VERY CHEAP! It is Useless to Enumerate,
as our Stock is VERY LARGE, and we shall This Week be in
receipt of another Large Lot of
FANCY GOODS Al NOTIONS FOE THE HOLIDAY TRADE !
Our Grocery
Is "CHUCK FULL," and we
oi Produce.
Then Come to the HOLIDAY HEADQUARTERS!
At MARTIN'S "The
SIMMONS & CL0UGH ORGAN CO.'S
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GRAND COMBINATION ORGANS,
FITTED WIM THE NWXY IXVENTKD
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invention bating a most Imporlnnt Benrlng on tho futurs reputation of Iteed Instrument
by tho me of which the quantity or Volume ol tone la vory largely increased, and the aualltro
the tono rendoreil H '
Eaual to that of the Best Pipo Organs 'of the Same Capacity,
Ouroelebrntod'ToxCeloste," "Louie Patent.'"VoTlIumiin." 'Wilcox PntoufOetave Coun
ler, Theoharming"Cullo" or"Uurinct" Stops, and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can be obtained only In tho OrguuB.
Thlrty-flvo different Styles for the Pnrlor and Chnrch.
Tho best material and Workmannhli).
. Quality aud Volume of Tono Uunoqualled
0-
h-ioiiis, sso to ssoo.
FACTOil AND WABEBOOMS, COBHEB 6TH AND C0NQBESS STBEETS. DETROIT, MCmUAS
Etabllshedlnl880. 1 S&" AGENTS WANTED IN EVERT COUNTY
Address SIMMONS & CLOTTGH ORGAN CO., Detroit, Michigan.
W W M Jy J
I koop constantly on hand every dosorljition of
FURNITURE "OF MODERN ST YLES.
I manufacture to order und ropnlr Furniture of all kind, at tha most reasonable arices
I am prepared to f urn lah
COFFINS OF EVERY STYLE AND VARIETY
and aooompsny them with Iloarao. 1
"Tk pnllloar inrited to call ndnmin my Stock.
MMch - . ... ' .PA HTf4JTOF,TOX
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for our Annual Inventory, We
for
GOODS .
Department
are Daily in Receipt of All Kinds
Old Corner Store." .
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NEW BOOT AND SHOE SHOP I ,
THE MOST SUBSTANTIAL
Boots, Sloes, Gaiters, Slippers, k,
Made Expressly for My Trade by the
BEST "WOiaiKIIvriEIfcT,
- - AND OF
THE VEBY BEST MATERIALS J
An, experience of many years In ths manu
facture of .Hoots and Shoes, enables
me to suit the wnnts of every
body. Call at my
SHOP III DODGE'S BUILDING, Mi IS ST.,
.VrMiJJifH, OHIO,
.Hi, 1 1 u ill piovo it to you. I u ifih ymi toexjaa
In u s.iociilKlMKiif in y woi:k and K'.il'il Ihu
KXTltEMKI.V I.OW rKICESI
nnd I inn sure you will be plennud.
HOOTS, SIIOKS, MADE TO OKDB!l
HE I' A I III SO DOSE IS THE BEST STYLE.
Those In want of anything in my lino should
come and see mo before going elsewhere.
G. W, TUCKER.
December 18, 1872.
1&M
Vlnecar nittera are not a vile Fancy Drink,
made of Poor Rum, Whiakcy, Proof Spirits and Rtfui
Liquori, doctortd, spiced, and sweetened to pleasa tha
taate, called ' Tonics," ! Appetisers," " Rsstortrs,"
&c, that lead the tippler on to drunkenness and ruin,
but nra a true Medicine, made from the native roots
and herbs of California, free from all Alcoholic Stimulants.
They are the Great Blood Purifier and a Life-giving
Principle, a Perfect Renovator and Invig orator of tha
System, carrying off all poisonous matter and restoring
the blood to a healthy condition, enriching it, refreshing
and invierating both mind and body. They are easy
of administration, prompt in their action, certain in tbair
results, safe and reliable in all forma of disease.
No .Person can take these DIMera accord
ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not deattoyed by mineral poison or other
meant, and the vital organs pasted beyond the point
of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indlceatlon. Headache, Paia
in the Shoulders, Cougln, Tijlitnetj of the Chest, Dis
tiness, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste
in the Mouth,' Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the
Heart, Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain in the regions of
the Kidneys, and a hundred oilier painful symptoms,
are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complainta
it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a better guar
antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement.
For Femnle Complaints, in young or eld,
married nr single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the
tum of life, these Tonic Bitters display so decided sat
influence that a marked improvement ia soon percep
tible. .
For Inflammatory and Chronlo Rhu
snatlsm and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bilious,
Remittent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of tha
Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, these Bitters haw
been most successful. Such Diseases are caused by
Vitiated Blood, which is generally produced by derange
ment nf the Digestive Organs.
They are a Gentle Purgative aa wall as)
a Tonic, possessing also the peculiar merit of acting
as a powerful agent in relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver and Viscsral Organs, and in BUieua
Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheuin, Blotches, Spots, Pimples, Pustules, Boils, Car
huncles, King-worms, gcald-liead, Sore Eyes, Ery
sipelas, Itcl), Scurfs, Discolorations of the Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally dug up and carried out of the system in a
short time by the use of these Bitters. One bottle in
such cases will convince the most incredulous of their 1
curative effects.
Cleaneo the Vitiated Blood whenever you
find iis impurities bursting through the skin in Pimples,
Eruptions, or Sores; cleanse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it when it ie
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the blood
pure, and the health of the system will follow.
Grateful thonaande nroclaim Vimega Bit-
Titas the most wonderful Invigoraut that ever sustained
the sinking system.
Pin, Tape, anil other Worms, lurking in
the system of so many thousands, are effectually de
stroyed and removed. Says a distinguished physiol
ogist: There is scarcely an individual upon the face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms.
It is not upon the healthy elements or the body that
worms exist, but upon the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of disease.
No system of Medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmin
itics, will free the system from worms like these Bit
ters. Mechanical Dleenael. Person engaged in
Paints aud Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type-setters,
Gold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance in life, will
be subject to paralysis of the Bowels, To guard against
this take a dose of Wai.kir's Vinegar Birraas once
or twice a week, as a Preventive.
Bilious, Remittent, and Intermittent
Fevers, which are so prevalent in the valleys of our
great river throughout the United Slates, especially
those of the Mississippi Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tsn
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Braxoa,
Rio Grande, Pear), Alabama, Mobile, Savannah, Roan
oke, James, and many others, with their vast tributa
ries, throughout our entire country during the Summer
and Autiiinu, nnd remarkably so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied '
by extensive derangements of the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. There are always more or lese
obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged up with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon
these various organs, is essentially necessary. There ia
no cathartic for the purpose equal to Da. J. Walkss's
VmacAa Ditthrs, as they will speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, aud generally restoring the healthy functions
of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or ItliiR's Evil, White Swellings,
Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Af-
lections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eyes,
etc, etc. In these, as in all other constitutional Dis
eases, Walker's Vinegae Mittsrs have shown their
great curative powers in the most obstinate and intract
able cases.
Dr. Walker'a California Vinegar Dltter
act on sll these cases in a similar manner. By purifying
the Blood they remove the cause, and by resolving away
the effects of the inflammation (the tubercular deposits)
the affected parts recsive health, and a permanent cure
is effected.
The properties of Da. Walker's Vimeoar
rtiTTRES are Aperient, Diaphoretic nnd Carminative,
Nutritioua, Laxative, Diurotic, Sedative, Counter-irritant,
Sudorific Alterative, and Anti-llilious.
Tha Aperient and mild Laxative properties of
Dr. Walker's Vinsoar Bitters are the best safe
guard in all cases of eruptions snd malignant fevers,
their balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
the humors of tha fauces. Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous system, stomach, and bowels,
either from inflammation, wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Their Counter-irritant influence extends throughout
the system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their
Ami-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through die biliaryducts.
and are superior to all remedial agents, for ths cur of
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the body against dlaease by puri
fying all its fluids with Vinegar Bittrrs. No epi
demic can take hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, the bowels, tha kidneys, and the
nerves ara rendered disease-proof by this great invig
orant. Direction. Tike of the Bitter on going to bed
at night from a half to on and one-half wine-glsasrull.
Eat good nourishing food, such a beef steak, mutton
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetsblss, and take
out-door exercise, They sre composed of purely veget
able ingredients, and contain no spirit.
T. WALKER, Prop'r. H. K. McDON ALD 00.,
Drugciita and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, Cel..
snd cor, of Washington snd Charlton Sts., New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Notice.
mills Is to Inform all Doalort In Proprietary
I Modlclnea and othora, that rye have glvon
tho exclusive) tale of Dr. BADCLIFFE'8 groat
remedy,
Seven Seals or Golden Wonder
To SAMUEL REEVES, Sr., Zuloskl, Ohio, Hole
Agont for Vinton County, Btato of Ohio. We
have been mnelvlng applications to fill order
for the 8EVEN 8KAI.H Oil GOLDEN WON
DER from parties Id tha above and adjoining
counties. Iloreaftor all orders from the above
county innst bo addresaed to the above Agent
la onfor to recaive Attention.
Mr. SAMUEL REEVES, Br.,
Keep a large tupply on hand, and la ready to
fill order and establish sub-agontt la said
county,
. Ii. C. KENNEDY ft CO.,
' Proprietor, Plttebure, Ph.
Ootober W, 18Ta.-ara
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Augustus Frazce's Heir.
Probate Court, Vinton. Co., O.
VTOTICE I hereby given that W. K. Hantlngi,
11 administrator of the estate of Isuao 11. Long,
dorwnsed, lata gttnnllan of Halvetta Frame,
minor, halt II led lieri'ln for flnnl tettliiment the
account of tint M.t Ik a ho H. Long with hi Into
ward; and that; tho same I sot for hearing on
the S5th day of Jiumai y, A. D, juts, at u o'clook
. ..." l'-AK, Probate Judge,

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